Famo Rubezahl mit Sd.Ah. 35 - test model

JaCkyL

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Hello :)
Hello
This is my next model Famo Rubezahl trailer Sd.Ah.35
It was the construction of a test for Orlik Publishing. (Commercial Link Removed)
Feel free to view and comment :)
Regards :)

We do not allow commercial links as such for companies as it amounts to advertising, and since Orlik chooses not to sell their models in the U.S., it is kind of useless) This has nothing to do with your fantastic, perfect build though......zathros/Administrator




 
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tryModel

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Tell me one thing ... how? How is it possible to do something so amazing? Where do you find documents? How long have you built? I would sometimes prove at least 1/10 of this level. :Bravo:
 
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He is working for Halainski. They supply him with much data I believe, that, with his masterful ability means that he must research his subjects as well. It's easier to get material on certain things in certain countries. It is the nature of information, and the search engines have been taken over by advertising, so real searches are impossible anymore., unless you dig really deep, and follow obscure links, and when you find something interesting, either bookmark it, or copy the webpage with Microsoft Word or the equivalent, that's what I do. :)
 
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JaCkyL

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How? Slowly and rather long, about half a year. This test model, I already finished parts to cut and glue. Not collected any documentation, he did it for me by developing :)
The stand is made completely from scratch, I had nothing ready - I used glue for tiles, extruded polystyrene, plasterboard and genuine vegetation and roots.
This was the model before painting:














ps.
No, I do not work for Mr. Haliński ;)
 

tryModel

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Yes, documentation is important. Get the details, history, etc. ... but use their own model design, construction details ... that's not for normal people (you must be a little crazy :)). I can not do it ...
 

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I believe that your honest, forthcoming way in which you work is one of the best tests of character that can ever be displayed. You have earned my respect, for whatever that may be worth. :)
 

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Very nice work!!! Quick question..I have Famo Rubezahl which I was putting off till completing all other projects, so are they thinking of just releasing the trailer as a model, or a new version that includes the trailer? I would like to have the trailer!
 

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ORLIK, my bad, not Hellinski!! I am so sorry!! Please forgive my ignorance. :)